Boost your home security with up to $150 cashback when buying an Arlo camera

Arlo Ultra security camera - 2022 cashback promotion
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Arlo, the brand known for its range of smart home security devices, has a local promotion running where you can get as much as $150 cash back when buying some of its best cameras.

As part of the company’s Cash Back Bonanza, the promotion – which is now live – applies to purchases of the Arlo Pro 4 and Arlo Ultra 2 kits when purchased from a range of retailers. Amazon, JB Hi-Fi, Officeworks, and Bunnings are some of the participating retailers in Australia. You can get $50 back on the two-camera Arlo Pro 4 kit, and as much as $150 back on the three-camera Arlo Ultra 2 or four-camera Arlo Pro 4 kits. 

If you’re not familiar with Arlo’s security cameras, they’re absolutely worth the investment. We consider both the Pro 4 and Ultra 2 camera systems to be among the best home security products on the market. The Pro 4 comes with 2K HDR video capability, an integrated spotlight, plus Wi-Fi connectivity. Meanwhile, the Ultra 2 goes the extra distance, featuring 4K video, an ultra-wide viewing angle, and two-way audio. Although not included in the current promotion, the recent 4G-compatible Go 2 is also worth looking into if you need home security tech where Wi-Fi isn’t possible.

How much cashback is Arlo offering?

Here’s the rundown on how much money you get back on each camera kit. After purchase, you can apply for cashback redemption via the Arlo promotions website. Once approved, the money will be sent in the form of a digital Visa gift card.

CameraRRPCashback amountSavingsBuy
Pro 4: 2-camera Kit$699$507.5%Amazon, Arlo.com
Pro 4: 3-camera Kit$999$10010%Amazon, Arlo.com
Pro 4: 4-camera Kit$1,299$15011.5%Amazon, Arlo.com
Ultra 2: 2-camera Kit$1,049$1009.5%Amazon, Arlo.com
Ultra 2: 3-camera Kit$1,449$15010%Amazon, Arlo.com

As mentioned earlier, the promotion is live now and covers purchases made from today until 1 January 2023. You can check out the full terms and conditions here.

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